January 6, 2005
Zeke Wilson, former
sparring partner to Larry Holmes and other world-class heavy weight boxers,
has opened a pro-fessional training camp in Pennsylvania’s Northern Tier.
is a well-known fact that every fighter has the potential to make
MILLIONS of dollars in a well-managed career. For boxing fans
and investors alike, this is a unique opportunity to be involved in a
paradigm shift in the business of boxing.
In order to fund his
boxing camp during the preparatory phases of the fighters’ careers, Wilson
has opened the opportunity for businessmen and women to become involved
through a program to financially back a group of boxers, then
to share in the potential purse of millions of dollars that
they each produce on an ongoing basis.
Never before has the
opportunity been presented in this manner.
According to Wilson, “This
is a program that working people can do. It does not require great
wealth to become involved in the careers of these young boxers, and to
participate in the history of the sport as it develops. And of course,
the potential to earn a positive and substantial cash flow within two
to three years is amazing for any income program.
Anyone interested in
discussing this opportunity can contact Wilson at 814.334.5896, or can email
him at firstname.lastname@example.org
The training facility is
situated on 15 acres in North Central PA, and includes lodging and training
“In today’s sports
economy, it has been established that fighters can easily earn millions
of dollars. By removing the stresses of everyday life and providing a
focused environment, we will give young fighters the opportunity to sharpen
their skills and work toward their career goals,” explains Wilson regarding
this unique approach to training.
Wilson has combined the need for seclusion during the critical stages of
training along with a residential facility that provides housing, training,
career management, and promotion for aspiring young boxers.
“Boxing has always been my first love. I plan to use my years of
experience in the sport to help these young fighters to maximize their
potential. Boxing has always been a part of my life and I see this facility
as a natural progression of my career, branching out to share my experience
with young fighters. I look forward to seeing these boxers ready to
fight in venues like Madison Square Garden by early Spring of 2005.”
Meet Zeke Wilson
Wilson has had a long,
successful career in boxing. In 1973, Wilson began his career at the
Marine Corps Air Station in Beaufort, SC, where he was trained by McCalley
Washburn and the All-Marine Boxing Champion Sgt. David Robinson.
Upon graduating from
Beaufort High School in 1976 and relocating to Philadelphia, he trained under the tutelage
of George Benton and former world heavyweight champion Joe Frazier.
Wilson used his boxing
skills to earn many honors during his amateur career. In November of
1975, he fought David Thompson in Hilton Head, SC, for the South Carolina
State championship, and won by a unanimous decision.
His amateur career
qualified him to compete in the USA AAU Heavyweight Boxoff held in June of
1977. He won the Heavyweight Elimination held in the Riverfront
Coliseum in Cincinnati, OH.
As his experience in the
sport grew, he enlisted in the US Marine Corps and became a member of the
Marine Corps Boxing Team.
In July 1979, he
competed successfully in the Marine Base
Championship at Camp Pendleton,
serving four years in the United States Marine Corps, he was honorably
1982 and became chief
sparring partner for then-current heavy weight champion Larry Holmes.
His career has continued to advance, and in
addition to fighting on a professional level he also trained, managed, and
promoted both amateur and professional prizefighters. He has developed
a line of fitness products and videos, including his popular Ze’Box Aerobic
Boxing videos, sportswear line, and boxing equipment.
participating in strength sports, and currently holds the Amateur Athletic
Union PA State, American and World records in the Squat, Benchpress, and